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By Lorrie Novosad/The Daily Cougar
Nothin' but net: Taking his
mind off classes, sophomore chemical engineering major Michael Otegbola
shoots hoops at Garrison Gymnasium on Tuesday afternoon.
stalled in construction snarl
The road construction and ensuing traffic woes that constantly
plague Houston have arrived on campus.
conservatism is essential
A precedent has been set over the last few hundred years
in this great nation: Presidents rise and fall based on how the economy
is doing. Former President George H. W. Bush won the Gulf War in 100 hours,
but his 90 percent approval rating plummeted after the economy tanked.
leads young Cougars with work ethic
"Go Fort!" can be heard as No. 5 dominates the field
and Cougar soccer fans with her assertiveness, precision and speed.
of reality show keep hope alive
After American TV viewers found their
television sets drowning in the bowels of Survivor, Big Brother and The
Bachelor, the wave of reality shows seemed to be ebbing.
Volume 68, Issue 37, Wednesday, October 16, 2002
Students stalled in construction
Smith to deliver State of the University
Health Center an insurance alternative
Fiscal conservatism is essential
Apathy man goes to the polls
The war didn't start a year ago
Fortenberry leads young Cougars
with work ethic
Dimel has eyes set on bowl berth
Boselli can't shoulder season
Stars of reality show keep hope alive
Offenbach's masterful opera runs
Sorority hopes to stop abuse
with SAFE Week
Triple H and Kane will resolve murder mystery
with a title bout
Aging Gabriel rises with heavy sounds,
critical lyrics in latest